Students from the NUS Robotics Specialization Master’s Course had the unique opportunity to visit SICK Singapore, a subsidiary of SICK Germany. Founded by Dr. Erwin Sick in 1946, the company has evolved into a global provider of intelligent sensors and solutions for industrial automation technology.
Hyundai’s new high-tech electric car factory in Singapore marks a significant milestone in the intersection of advanced robotics and electric vehicle (EV) production. In a recent interview on CNA, Professor Marcelo Ang shared his insights on how this groundbreaking project is set to revolutionize the industry and contribute to a better world.
The National University of Singapore (NUS) Advanced Robotics Center proudly announces the Robotics Innovation Challenge (RIC) 2024, a cornerstone event in the field of youth robotics competitions.
This seminar continues from where the previous seminar on the design of a liquid jamming gripper left off. In this seminar, learn about how the liquid jamming system was modelled and simulated.(more...)
This talk will illustrate how robotics evolved from the technologies for industrial manufacturing to current service robots, and from the foundational research in bionic components and bioinspired systems to current scenarios of robot companions and industry 5.0.(more...)
Advances in Robotics (AIR) is a series of biennial conferences organized by The Robotics Society (TRS). Interested colleagues are invited to submit papers to AIR 2023. The deadline has been extended to Jan 31, 2023.
The ASEAN Plus Japan and the Republic of Korea Chapter of the Global Innovation & Technology Platform is organizing the SME Innovation & Entrepreneurship Global Contest 2022.
Level up with the Summation Programme and Infinity Series now! Applications for the upcoming run have opened.